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June 26, 2017, 10:21:09 PM
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I don't remember if you tracked LTCgear or if you just bought it on your own.   We went around about a lot at the time.   It is possible I have you confused with someone else basically using your name or very similar, the online forums are filled with crazy people.  If that is the case then I'm sorry about that confusion.  However there isn't any lying involved on my part.   (I don't think it was on this forum, it was probably on the old litecointalk forum, so it is possible it was someone just posing as you.)

It seems like you really waste a lot of time trying to piece together a bogus case.  I never wrote an essay about scrypt.cc, although I have posted about experiences and tried to answer questions.   I never encouraged anyone to ever invest there and I often stated that.   I used to have respect for you but slowly learned you couldn't tolerate anyone that doesn't agree with your views.   I've never encouraged people to invest in any cloud mining, but I have tried to be objective.  There is a big difference between giving someone a chance and trusting them.   

Anyway it is clear you have thin skin and can't take any heat, so you should just stop randomly slinging mud.   You are the one trying to pick a fight, not me.   

I'm trying to dispute your statements, you're the one trying really hard to turn this personal, what with the LTCGear nonsense etc. Don't project your mud slinging on me. I couldn't care less if someone has different "views" but I strongly believe in making informed decisions, which lying shills such as yourself try to undermine.

Stating repeatedly that scrypt.cc has proof of mining but not providing such proof was NOT "objective". It's a lie and an attempt to fool suckers into losing their money.

Same with GAW and other schemes you shilled for.

LOL at litecointalk. I've never even registered there.

No you came out randomly attacking me for no real reason over crap you were throwing around years ago.   Now you feel justified is tying to defend yourself when you were the attacker.   I never claimed there was 100% proof of anything with scrypt.cc.   Pointing out there was some evidence isn't the same as proof.    Anyway that was long gone by the time they came back so you are digging into 2014.   Now scrypt.cc is dead there is no defending of anything going on.   

For the record I'm now making more than I ever did with scrypt.cc doing the same types of things that scrypt.cc claimed to be doing.   I'm far from the only one doing it too.   Well you claim there is no proof, some of the methods I'm currently using I learned about from on-line chats at scrypt.cc with Marcello.    Maybe there wasn't any mining there but he sure knew his stuff when it came to mining altcoins.

As for the LTCgear it could have been someone impersonating you.   You were certainly throwing yourself around as an expert in those days and that kind of thing often happens on these forums.   I'll drop that point although I don't really trust much of anything you are stating.   I don't even remember exactly which forum it was at this point. 

In my book you are nothing but a self-righteous troll. 
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June 26, 2017, 11:22:33 PM
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No you came out randomly attacking me for no real reason over crap you were throwing around years ago.   Now you feel justified is tying to defend yourself when you were the attacker.   I never claimed there was 100% proof of anything with scrypt.cc.   Pointing out there was some evidence isn't the same as proof.    Anyway that was long gone by the time they came back so you are digging into 2014.   Now scrypt.cc is dead there is no defending of anything going on.   

For the record I'm now making more than I ever did with scrypt.cc doing the same types of things that scrypt.cc claimed to be doing.   I'm far from the only one doing it too.   Well you claim there is no proof, some of the methods I'm currently using I learned about from on-line chats at scrypt.cc with Marcello.    Maybe there wasn't any mining there but he sure knew his stuff when it came to mining altcoins.

As for the LTCgear it could have been someone impersonating you.   You were certainly throwing yourself around as an expert in those days and that kind of thing often happens on these forums.   I'll drop that point although I don't really trust much of anything you are stating.   I don't even remember exactly which forum it was at this point. 

In my book you are nothing but a self-righteous troll. 

"Pointing out there was some evidence" is blatant shilling unless you can produce said evidence. Can you? Spare me the 2014 crap. You were shilling back then too and failing to provide evidence. I'm pretty sure there wasn't and isn't any then and now. But feel free to prove me wrong.

Having said that, I do admire your new attempt at legitimizing scrypt.cc. Please share what those "types of things that scrypt.cc claimed to be doing" are.

As for LTCGear - you do realize that you're lying TO ME ABOUT ME, don't you? We both know it's bullshit so what's the point of this exercise? Completely off topic too.

I don't have a book about you, sorry.

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June 27, 2017, 12:07:45 PM
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No you came out randomly attacking me for no real reason over crap you were throwing around years ago.   Now you feel justified is tying to defend yourself when you were the attacker.   I never claimed there was 100% proof of anything with scrypt.cc.   Pointing out there was some evidence isn't the same as proof.    Anyway that was long gone by the time they came back so you are digging into 2014.   Now scrypt.cc is dead there is no defending of anything going on.   

For the record I'm now making more than I ever did with scrypt.cc doing the same types of things that scrypt.cc claimed to be doing.   I'm far from the only one doing it too.   Well you claim there is no proof, some of the methods I'm currently using I learned about from on-line chats at scrypt.cc with Marcello.    Maybe there wasn't any mining there but he sure knew his stuff when it came to mining altcoins.

As for the LTCgear it could have been someone impersonating you.   You were certainly throwing yourself around as an expert in those days and that kind of thing often happens on these forums.   I'll drop that point although I don't really trust much of anything you are stating.   I don't even remember exactly which forum it was at this point. 

In my book you are nothing but a self-righteous troll. 

"Pointing out there was some evidence" is blatant shilling unless you can produce said evidence. Can you? Spare me the 2014 crap. You were shilling back then too and failing to provide evidence. I'm pretty sure there wasn't and isn't any then and now. But feel free to prove me wrong.

Having said that, I do admire your new attempt at legitimizing scrypt.cc. Please share what those "types of things that scrypt.cc claimed to be doing" are.

As for LTCGear - you do realize that you're lying TO ME ABOUT ME, don't you? We both know it's bullshit so what's the point of this exercise? Completely off topic too.

I don't have a book about you, sorry.

What I know is I'm being honest, I don't know about you.   I already stated that it could have been someone pretending to be you.   I was on many forums and chats at the time and if it wasn't you then it was just someone pretending to be you.

As for scrypt.cc there was plenty of evidence that you would never accept back in 2013/2014.   They used to list how much mining was directed at various coins, although the coins were numbered.   There was also the fact that questions were asked and answered.   However while they didn't most of the wallet addresses they were mining too.   However, I'm not about to give out my addresses either.   There are plenty of reasons for that.   Much later after they came back the farming data was no longer available.   I can't prove that it was real and you can't prove that it was fake but it doesn't matter because scrypt.cc did turn into a scam, twice. 

There is no way I'm trying to legitimize scrypt.cc.   We don't know what happened to who or who controlled the scam.   Just because Marcello knew a lot about altcoin mining says doesn't redeem the fact that scrypt.cc shutdown and stole many people's coins.    We don't even really know who Marcello (aka the Admin) really was.   That doesn't change the fact that I learned a lot about altcoin mining from the chats that I was involved in there.   As for sharing the knowledge, forget about it.   I'm not here encourage anyone to do anything risky.   All forms of crypto-mining are highly risky.   I don't make any coin off anyone else and I have no intentions of starting that.   

You just can't seem to stop your trolling ... stop trying to twist everything into a scam. 
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June 27, 2017, 04:37:53 PM
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What I know is I'm being honest, I don't know about you.   I already stated that it could have been someone pretending to be you.   I was on many forums and chats at the time and if it wasn't you then it was just someone pretending to be you.

As for scrypt.cc there was plenty of evidence that you would never accept back in 2013/2014.   They used to list how much mining was directed at various coins, although the coins were numbered.   There was also the fact that questions were asked and answered.   However while they didn't most of the wallet addresses they were mining too.   However, I'm not about to give out my addresses either.   There are plenty of reasons for that.   Much later after they came back the farming data was no longer available.   I can't prove that it was real and you can't prove that it was fake but it doesn't matter because scrypt.cc did turn into a scam, twice. 

There is no way I'm trying to legitimize scrypt.cc.   We don't know what happened to who or who controlled the scam.   Just because Marcello knew a lot about altcoin mining says doesn't redeem the fact that scrypt.cc shutdown and stole many people's coins.    We don't even really know who Marcello (aka the Admin) really was.   That doesn't change the fact that I learned a lot about altcoin mining from the chats that I was involved in there.   As for sharing the knowledge, forget about it.   I'm not here encourage anyone to do anything risky.   All forms of crypto-mining are highly risky.   I don't make any coin off anyone else and I have no intentions of starting that.   

You just can't seem to stop your trolling ... stop trying to twist everything into a scam. 

scrypt.cc is a scam. You said it yourself. Not sure how I can twist it any different.

And you're still not providing any evidence of actual mining ever conducted by scrypt.cc. Saying that you're honest doesn't make it so. This fallacy is known as "appeal to authority". You're repeatedly failing to provide any verifiable facts to substantiate your claims, whether today or 3 years ago. Facts trump intertubes "honesty" 100% of the time.

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July 01, 2017, 01:23:19 AM
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What I know is I'm being honest, I don't know about you.   I already stated that it could have been someone pretending to be you.   I was on many forums and chats at the time and if it wasn't you then it was just someone pretending to be you.

As for scrypt.cc there was plenty of evidence that you would never accept back in 2013/2014.   They used to list how much mining was directed at various coins, although the coins were numbered.   There was also the fact that questions were asked and answered.   However while they didn't most of the wallet addresses they were mining too.   However, I'm not about to give out my addresses either.   There are plenty of reasons for that.   Much later after they came back the farming data was no longer available.   I can't prove that it was real and you can't prove that it was fake but it doesn't matter because scrypt.cc did turn into a scam, twice. 

There is no way I'm trying to legitimize scrypt.cc.   We don't know what happened to who or who controlled the scam.   Just because Marcello knew a lot about altcoin mining says doesn't redeem the fact that scrypt.cc shutdown and stole many people's coins.    We don't even really know who Marcello (aka the Admin) really was.   That doesn't change the fact that I learned a lot about altcoin mining from the chats that I was involved in there.   As for sharing the knowledge, forget about it.   I'm not here encourage anyone to do anything risky.   All forms of crypto-mining are highly risky.   I don't make any coin off anyone else and I have no intentions of starting that.   

You just can't seem to stop your trolling ... stop trying to twist everything into a scam. 

scrypt.cc is a scam. You said it yourself. Not sure how I can twist it any different.

And you're still not providing any evidence of actual mining ever conducted by scrypt.cc. Saying that you're honest doesn't make it so. This fallacy is known as "appeal to authority". You're repeatedly failing to provide any verifiable facts to substantiate your claims, whether today or 3 years ago. Facts trump intertubes "honesty" 100% of the time.

You wouldn't accept anything as evidence so stop being so dishonest.   It doesn't matter anyways because scrypt.cc shutdown and took all the BTC it has collected.   That is the scam.   The details going up to that part of the scam don't really matter.  So I'm not going to waste time substantiating any perceived claims.   Besides evidence of mining isn't proof of mining.   I could show you the evidence of what I'm doing and you would claim it isn't proof.   But I know what I'm doing is 100% real and it works for me so I don't really care what you think.   

I could just cry scam, scam, scam like a chicken little.   There is nothing of value in doing that.   Instead I take what I've learned and put it to good use.   That works for me and I don't involve others and frankly I have always avoided that.  That way there is no chance of scamming anyone ever.
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July 01, 2017, 02:32:05 AM
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You wouldn't accept anything as evidence so stop being so dishonest.   It doesn't matter anyways because scrypt.cc shutdown and took all the BTC it has collected.   That is the scam.   The details going up to that part of the scam don't really matter.  So I'm not going to waste time substantiating any perceived claims.   Besides evidence of mining isn't proof of mining.   I could show you the evidence of what I'm doing and you would claim it isn't proof.   But I know what I'm doing is 100% real and it works for me so I don't really care what you think.    

I could just cry scam, scam, scam like a chicken little.   There is nothing of value in doing that.   Instead I take what I've learned and put it to good use.   That works for me and I don't involve others and frankly I have always avoided that.  That way there is no chance of scamming anyone ever.

You're not going to waste time substantiating your own claims but you're wasting time attributing false statements to me. You don't care what I think but you make bold assumptions as to what I think of evidence that I haven't even seen. How quaint Smiley

The scam is ALL OF IT, not just the part where scrypt.cc ran away with the BTC. And if not for all the shilling, and talk of non-existent "evidence", and other bullshit believed by the greedy suckers there wouldn't be as many BTC to run away with.

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October 06, 2017, 05:29:25 AM
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You wouldn't accept anything as evidence so stop being so dishonest.   It doesn't matter anyways because scrypt.cc shutdown and took all the BTC it has collected.   That is the scam.   The details going up to that part of the scam don't really matter.  So I'm not going to waste time substantiating any perceived claims.   Besides evidence of mining isn't proof of mining.   I could show you the evidence of what I'm doing and you would claim it isn't proof.   But I know what I'm doing is 100% real and it works for me so I don't really care what you think.    

I could just cry scam, scam, scam like a chicken little.   There is nothing of value in doing that.   Instead I take what I've learned and put it to good use.   That works for me and I don't involve others and frankly I have always avoided that.  That way there is no chance of scamming anyone ever.

You're not going to waste time substantiating your own claims but you're wasting time attributing false statements to me. You don't care what I think but you make bold assumptions as to what I think of evidence that I haven't even seen. How quaint Smiley

The scam is ALL OF IT, not just the part where scrypt.cc ran away with the BTC. And if not for all the shilling, and talk of non-existent "evidence", and other bullshit believed by the greedy suckers there wouldn't be as many BTC to run away with.

The one thing I've learned about bitcointalk is there are a lot of dishonest posters here.   There are a lot of people that claim they are saints but over time you learn they aren't.    

Anyway your claims against me are false.   I suspect that many of claims you make are only just to pump yourself up.   I probably lost more in scrypt.cc than most here have ever had in terms of BTC.  But I'm not going to waste time crying about it.  I'm also not going to worry about self appointed saints that are just out to create villains everywhere.     You have thrown so much mud over so many posts that you really have no justification is claiming you are falsely accused.   It is only your mud slinging that has tainted yourself.

The only truth we know about scrypt.cc is none of us know what actually happened.   As far as I'm aware no one has legally pursued them either.    



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You wouldn't accept anything as evidence so stop being so dishonest.   It doesn't matter anyways because scrypt.cc shutdown and took all the BTC it has collected.   That is the scam.   The details going up to that part of the scam don't really matter.  So I'm not going to waste time substantiating any perceived claims.   Besides evidence of mining isn't proof of mining.   I could show you the evidence of what I'm doing and you would claim it isn't proof.   But I know what I'm doing is 100% real and it works for me so I don't really care what you think.    

I could just cry scam, scam, scam like a chicken little.   There is nothing of value in doing that.   Instead I take what I've learned and put it to good use.   That works for me and I don't involve others and frankly I have always avoided that.  That way there is no chance of scamming anyone ever.

You're not going to waste time substantiating your own claims but you're wasting time attributing false statements to me. You don't care what I think but you make bold assumptions as to what I think of evidence that I haven't even seen. How quaint Smiley

The scam is ALL OF IT, not just the part where scrypt.cc ran away with the BTC. And if not for all the shilling, and talk of non-existent "evidence", and other bullshit believed by the greedy suckers there wouldn't be as many BTC to run away with.

The one thing I've learned about bitcointalk is there are a lot of dishonest posters here.   There are a lot of people that claim they are saints but over time you learn they aren't.    

Anyway your claims against me are false.   I suspect that many of claims you make are only just to pump yourself up.   I probably lost more in scrypt.cc than most here have ever had in terms of BTC.  But I'm not going to waste time crying about it.  I'm also not going to worry about self appointed saints that are just out to create villains everywhere.     You have thrown so much mud over so many posts that you really have no justification is claiming you are falsely accused.   It is only your mud slinging that has tainted yourself.

The only truth we know about scrypt.cc is none of us know what actually happened.   As far as I'm aware no one has legally pursued them either.    

Took you 3 months to come up with a new pivot? The whole "saint" thing is just in your head. I don't give a shit about some imaginary forum cred. I'm simply pointing out at least two blatant lies in your attempt to whitewash this scam: (1) existence some secret proof that you inexplicably can't disclose; and (2) even more bizarre accusations regarding LTCGear that you also can't prove.

Post proof of the above or stop necro bumping.

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